Crayon labels teach kids chemistry elements

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Children learn in a variety of different ways and we have already seen a number of projects applying unusual learning methods to unconventional subject matter. For example, a paint set that teaches kids about color theory by removing the names of the colors, while another project enables children to improve their handwriting by letting them play the role of the teacher. Now, art supply designers Que Interesante have created a set of Chemistry Crayon labels, which use color to help budding artists learn the periodic table. The creators used a flame test to determine which color went with which element.…

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